Live Be Yoga ambassadors Jeremy Falk and Aris Seaberg are on a road trip across the country to share real talk with master teachers, explore innovative classes, and more—all to illuminate what's in store for the future of yoga.
It's called the city that doesn't sleep, and turns out that with all that extra time New York City residents are practicing a lot of yoga. As they wrap up their whirlwind exploration of the yoga scene in their first destination, Jeremy and Aris look back—on meeting yogis (literally) everywhere, the work of renowned yoga teachers, the ongoing debate about hands-on assists, and so much more—to shine a light on yoga's trajectory.
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The Future of Yoga is here! Offering 15- to 30-minute guided meditations inside a futuristic bus in the heart of the New York City, Be Time Mobile Meditation Studio is driving modern innovation combined with traditional practice. As soon as you step off the street and into the bus, your world is transformed, and the city seems to melt away. The onboard teacher guides you first through a centering process to help soothe the mind and then leads the meditation practice. Be Time offers the most practical way to bring meditation into your life on the regular, no matter how busy your schedule is.
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